Palmeri Teaching & Research Activity @ Duke BME

This website contains syllabi and content for the courses that I teach in medical device design, including summaries of past and current student projects. I will also highlight recent research in acoustic radiation force imaging, tissue characterization with shear waves, and deep learning in medical imaging, and occasionally I’ll upload some blog posts.

Teaching

I actively teach Medical Device Design I & II (BME473L & BME474L) as part of the BME Design Fellows program and senior capstone design. You can find a summary of some student design projects in the Design Portfoilo.

I have also taught several other courses in the department, including Introduction to Medical Instrumentation (BME354L), and I have developed courses, including Medical Software Design (BME547) and Biomedical Circuit Analysis (BME790L).

Latest Research News

Open-Source Software and Data Repositories

We highly value generating easily-accessible code and data for the research community. This list highlights some of our latest shared contributions:

A comprehensive list of all of our online shared resources can be found here: https://mlp6.github.io/research/open-source-software-data.

COVID-19 Engineering Response Team

I have been involved with a highly-collaborative, inter-departmental effort within the Pratt School of Engineering to help our medical center and campus deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. You can read more about our efforts here: https://pratt.duke.edu/covid19/response-team.